This 12 July 2015 video from Britain is called Fox Hunting Ban Explained.
British daily The Guardian writes:
5m ago 11:57
Angus Robertson, the SNP’s leader at Westminster, has put out a statement about the government’s decision to pull the vote on hunting. He says this is the fourth issue on which the SNP has forced the government to back down.
“This is the fourth issue where the SNP group have led the opposition in forcing the Tories into backing down – stopping the EU referendum being on the same day as the Scottish parliament election, getting any moves to repeal the Human Rights Act kicked into the long grass, the debacle of the government having to abandon last week’s vote on English Votes for English Laws, and now stopping this week’s vote to relax the fox hunting ban in England and Wales.
This is another powerful reminder of just how fragile the Tories’ majority is – on these four issues it was non-existent, they were staring defeat in the face, and there will be more such issues.”
He also urged the government to talk to the SNP about English votes for English laws.
“And on the issue of Evel, the UK government should respond positively to the First Minister’s letter and agree to sensible discussions on the basis of mutual respect – rather than laying down the law to make Scotland’s representation at Westminster second class.”
And he urged Labour to vote with the SNP against the welfare bill next week.
“The SNP group are delivering on our pledge to help deliver progressive politics across the UK. We were fully prepared to vote with Labour to stop harm being done to foxes in England and Wales – Labour should now commit to voting with the SNP next week against harm being done to people by the Tories’ cruel welfare cuts.”